13. Clemson (5-1) 
The Tigers were off this past weekend and will host Virginia Tech on Saturday.
14. USC (5-1) 
Anthony Brown blocked a punt and returned it 21 yards for a touchdown as the Trojans used a strong defensive effort in a 24-14 win over Washington.
US PRESSWIRETeddy Bridgewater and the Cardinals remained unbeaten with a win over Pitt.
15. Louisville (6-0) 
Teddy Bridgewater hit DeVante Parker for a 75-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the second half as the Cardinals pulled away for a 45-35 victory over Pitt to continue their best start since 2006.
16. Rutgers (6-0) 
Khaseem Greene had 14 tackles, forced three fumbles, intercepted a pass and had 1.5 sacks as Rutgers became bowl eligible for the seventh time in eight seasons with a 23-15 win over Syracuse.
17. Mississippi State (6-0) 
Tyler Russell threw for a career-high 291 yards and two touchdowns, including a 9-yard pass to Malcolm Johnson to seal the win with nine seconds remaining, as the Bulldogs beat Tennessee 41-31.
18. Cincinnati (5-0) 
Munchie Legaux passed for two scores and ran for another as the Bearcats scored on every second-half possession to roll over Fordham 49-17.
19. West Virginia (5-1) 
Quarterback Geno Smith and the Mountaineers struggled mightily on offense as they were blown out by Texas Tech 49-14.
20. Ohio (7-0) 
Tyler Tettleton threw two touchdown passes, caught one and rushed for 65 yards as the Bobcats beat Akron 34-28.
21. Texas A&M (5-1) 
Johnny Manziel recorded six touchdowns as the Aggies held off Louisiana Tech 59-57.
22. Arizona State (5-1) [NR]
Taylor Kelly threw for 308 yards and five touchdowns, including three to tailback Marion Grice, as the Sun Devils beat Colorado 51-17 on Thursday night.
23. Boise State (5-1) 
D.J. Harper scored a touchdown and gained 122 yards on 21 carries as the Broncos claimed a 20-10 victory over Fresno State.
24. Stanford (4-2) 
Josh Nunes completed just 12 of 25 passes for 125 yards with two interceptions in Stanford’s loss to Notre Dame.
25. Michigan (4-2) [NR]
Denard Robinson threw two touchdown passes and ran for two scores to lead the Wolverines to a 45-0 win over Illinois.
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